Profesor Enisa Mesic was born in 1956 in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Education: in 1981 MD degree at the University of Sarajevo; from 1987-1988 residency of internal medicine at Clinical Center „Rebro“ Zagreb, in 1988 specialist in internal medicine, visiting felow at University Hospital Columbia Missouri, USA in 1997; in 1997 PhD degree. Present ition: Head of the Nephrology, Dialysis and Kidney Transplantation Department, Clinic of internal diseases, University Clinical Center Tuzla; regular professor of internal medicine, Medical School of Tuzla University. Publications: peer review articles – 105; books - 14; invited lectures at major international meetings - more than 100; MSc thesis supervisor - 12; PhD thesis supervisor - 4. Her papers have been cited 246 times (Google Scholar), h-index 8. Awards honors and achievements: „Tuzlanska plaketa sa zlatnim grbom“ (2001) for transplantation achievements in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Transplant lider of Transplant Society for Bosnia and Herzegovina (2007). In 2008 she was delegat from Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Istanbul Summit about organ trafficking and transplant tourism. She is pioneer of Renal Registry and Donor Network in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is regular member of Society of Neprology, Dialysis and Kidney Transplantation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, European Renal Asociation, International Society of Nephrology and Transplant Society. She has organized as a president of scientific commeeties over 20 scientific and professional conferences with domestic and international participants, including ERA-EDTA and ISN CME. She was actively involved as speaker and session chairman at various conferences worldwide in the fields of dialysis, clinical nephrology and kidney transplantation. Scientific interest: acute kidney injury, renal anemia, Balkan endemic nephropathy, chronic kidney diseases, dialysis, plasmapheresis, kidney transplantation, ethics in transplantation.